The Future: What if we were brave enough to care?

What’s happening to the world?  Where are we headed? I had never felt so concerned in regards to the current state of the planet, specially when it comes to politics: I … Continue reading The Future: What if we were brave enough to care?

Made in Miami: Ariel Swedroe on building her own brand by age 12

I remember the first time a wore a pair of patent leather shoes mixed with ruffled socks. That might have been the first time I realized the power of fashion, … Continue reading Made in Miami: Ariel Swedroe on building her own brand by age 12

Made in Miami: A conversation with Clara Lago from Pitusa

Right out of university, Clara Pablo thought that the best way of finding a job, was creating one. She knew what she wanted, and went for it. Pitusa is one … Continue reading Made in Miami: A conversation with Clara Lago from Pitusa

Journey through France: Puy du Fou Park

I didn’t grow up surrounded by war; for me it was just something that belonged to the movies, and the history books. And yet when you are in Europe, you … Continue reading Journey through France: Puy du Fou Park

Made in Miami: Conversation with Rachael Russell-Saiger from Style Saves

Remember your first day of school? Every year while growing up, we faced the awkwardness of being around others at school, trying to be liked. It’s not easy for anyone, … Continue reading Made in Miami: Conversation with Rachael Russell-Saiger from Style Saves

Mirror Conversations //Chapter III: A great big world

Travel is also a mirror. A reflection on how it helps me see myself better.

Mirror Conversations //Chapter I: Unbraided

‘Mirror conversations’ are a series of videos where I explore the intimate relationship we have to mirrors. I hold a complicated relationship with the girl that lives there. I can’t hide anything from her staring eyes.

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On the memory of clothes, and photographs as premonitions

I believe clothes carry memories embedded in the fabric, and photographs can carry premonitions. Lately, when I do serious photo-shoots, they become more of a performance than just pictures, and … Continue reading On the memory of clothes, and photographs as premonitions